Browns boost Broadmoor bash
The Cleveland Browns were like the cherry on the sundae.
Unexpectedly, Browns wide receiver Chansi Stuckey and punter Reggie Hodges came to the Bobcats game, played for the coaches and signed autographs at halftime. This wasn't something that was begged or petitioned for by anyone involved with game. This wasn't something done out of a promise of a trade for press or publicity. Stuckey and Hodges simply added to an unbelievable evening, and everyone associated with the game wants to give them a big "THANK YOU".
Stuckey and Hodges were personable, giving, energetic and friendly. At no point did their appearance feel forced or staged. They played their minutes, seemed to have a lot of fun, and stayed until the end without their arms being twisted.
Personally, I am forever a fan of Stuckey and Hodges. I think I can speak for 700 fans at Mentor on Monday night, and a team of Bobcats and their parents when I say that.